2005-2006 Moncton Wildcats: Chris Morehouse, Nick Emmanuele, Andrew MacDonald, Tim Spencer, Matt Marquardt, Danny MacKinnon, Matt Eagles, David MacDonald, Jerome Samson, Keith Yandle, Oskars Bartulis, Adam Pineault, Luc Bourdon, Maxime Belanger, Jean-Philipp Chabot, Nathan Welton, Brad Marchand, Jhase Sniderman, Stephane Goulet, Philippe Dupuis, Christian Gaudet, Josh Hepditch, Martins Karsums, and Josh Tordjman.
Coaching/Hockey Staff: Ted Nolan (Head Coach), Danny Flynn (Assistant Coach), Daniel Lacroix (Assistant Coach), Frantz Bergevin-Jean (Goalie Coach), Guy Savoie (Athletic Therapist), Graham Black (Athletic Therapist), Serge LeBlanc (Equipment Manager).
The first President Cup championship for the franchise came in 2005-2006, which was also the year that Moncton would play host to the Memorial Cup! The Wildcats had a great season and they had some amazing players, some of which have continued onto become fixtures in the NHL such as Keith Yandle and Brad Marchand.
2009-2010 Moncton Wildcats: Scott Trask, Patrick Downe, Marek Hrivik, Alex MacDonald, Tyler Howe, Olivier D’Aoust, Cole MacMillan, Matt Tomah, Lance Pridham, Alex Wall, Spencer Metcalfe, Ted Stephens, Daniel Pettersson, Nicolas Deschamps, Brandon Gormley, Andrew Roski, Gabriel Bourque, Alex Saulnier, Allain Saulnier, Kelsey Tessier, Simon Jodoin, Devon MacAusland, Nicola Riopel, David Savard, Shane Owen, Mark Barberio, Randy Cameron, and Scott Brannon.
Coaching/Hockey Staff: Danny Flynn (Head Coach & Director of Hockey Operations), Darryl Seward (Assistant Coach), Fabian Joseph (Associate Coach), Frantz Bergevin-Jean (Goaltending Coach), Guy Savoie (Athletic Therapist), Serge LeBlanc (Equipment Manager), Jordan Landry (Assistant Equipment Manager).
The Wildcats next championship would come in 2009-2010, when they went on to defeat the Saint John Sea Dogs in the first ever NB final to capture the President Cup for the second time. The team was able to fight through injuries and adversity all year en route to one of the most successful seasons in the history of the organization. With a roster loaded with high end talent such as David Savard, Mark Barberio, Brandon Gormley, Gabriel Bourque and Louis Domingue, the Wildcats caught fire during the second half of the season. Hockey fever swept through New Brunswick.